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Traineeships

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A traineeship is a skills development programme that includes a work experience placement to help prepare you for employment or an apprenticeship.

 

A Traineeship with DBC Training will provide you with:

 

  • help with getting work, such as writing a CV and finding a job

  • a work placement of 70 hours or more

  • help with the skills you’ll need for an apprenticeship or job in the area you want to work in

  • a job interview or an exit interview with written feedback from the employer

  • help with English, maths and basic digital skills (if you need it)

 

You are eligible for a Traineeship with DBC Training if you are:

 

  • aged 16-18 and not currently in education or training

  • unemployed, or work fewer than 16 hours per week

·      eligible to work in England

  • motivated to work but have little or no work experience

 

You may be ready for an apprenticeship if you already have some work experience.

 

What are the benefits?

 

Traineeship programmes can be tailored to meet your needs and prepare you for what local businesses are looking for. We’ll work with you to put together the qualifications, skills and work experience which are right for you.

 

A traineeship is a training programme and isn’t a job. Employers are not required to pay you for the work placement, but they can support you with expenses such as transport and meals.

 

If you are eligible, you can maintain your entitlement to benefits whilst on a traineeship as necessary.

 

Along with recognition of your learning, there will be support to link you with job opportunities.

 

You may also get:

 

  • expenses for transport and meals from your employer

  • financial support for travel, childcare or a disability from your training provider

  • support from your local Jobcentre Plus if you are eligible for work benefits

Course Information:

Employability

Required Learning Hours: 60

  • Resilience and self-confidence

  • Communication and time management skills

  • Assessing myself for work

  • Making informed career and progression choices

  • Mental Wellbeing

IT

Required Learning Hours: Up to 30

  • Essential Digital Skills – Level 1 or ECDL Level 1/Level 2

Functional Skills

Required Learning Hours: up to 100

  • Level 1 Functional Skills English

  • Level 1 Functional Skills Maths

  • Level 2 Functional Skills Maths

Enrichment

Required Learning Hours: 30

  • Career progression and next step planning

  • Meet the employers

  • Apprenticeship talks

  • Learner presentations and feedback on Work Experience

  • Programme reflection

For more information, contact us on 01332 295588